Listen to Ann-Margret, T.G. Sheppard, and Pete Townshend on The Everly Brothers’ classic
“Bye Bye Love”:

Country music legend and SiriusXM host T.G. Sheppard joins consummate entertainer Ann-Margret on her first new studio album in over a decade, ‘Born To Be Wild,’ due out April 14 on Cleopatra Records. The first single, a cover of The Everly Brothers’ “Bye Bye Love” is a collaboration with Ann-Margret, T.G. Sheppard, and Pete Townshend of The Who on guitar, offering a new blend and unique take on this iconic tune. Along with T.G. Sheppard and Pete Townshend, Ann-Margret is joined by an all-star group of friends and fans including Aerosmith’s Joe Perry, Paul Shaffer, Pat Boone, country legends Mickey Gilley (on one of his final recordings), The Oak Ridge Boys, and Stax guitarist Steve Cropper, Linda Gail Lewis, Robben Ford, and many more.

With the announcement, Ann-Margret has also unveiled her take on The Everly Brothers’ “Bye Bye Love,” featuring Pete Townshend and T.G. Sheppard. Listen here:

“Being invited to sing a duet with Ann-Margret was pretty much a no-brainer for me because I’ve always been a fan of hers,” shares Sheppard. “It was a great honor and pleasure to join Ann-Margret along with Pete Townshend of The Who. It’s not every day you get to see your name alongside such icons as these two are in the entertainment world.”

“I am very honored and proud to have had this opportunity to record ‘Born To Be Wild’ for Brian Perera’s Cleopatra Records. What fun I had, and then to find all of the great artists that lent their support for this project,” Ann-Margret stated. “Reading the quote from my dear friend Pete Townshend brought back such great memories. Thank you all – Brian, Tim, Ken, Adam, Jurgen, Shore Fire, and everyone involved.”